A team of Pacific Northwest researchers has developed a decision-aid tool to improve management of a most destructive pest.
Study shows web-based advisory system helping cut fungicide use without losing yield.
Featured speakers at the annual conference, slated for February in Ventura, CA, include Miles Reiter of Driscoll’s.
While sales are skyrocketing, organic berries bring a whole host of challenges to grow.
As the organic fruit market continues to gain traction with consumers, strawberry producers have struggled to find non-chemical disease-control solutions — until now.
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire hope to develop first varieties specifically for organic production.
After a nice rebound last season, resiliency is sure to be tested.
Both have advantages and should attract young people, especially with more so-called club varieties, as seen in apples.
Promotional efforts seek to harness power that drives the Sunshine State’s ‘little blue dynamos.’
Prolific plant pathogen now presenting a new challenge for Florida producers and researchers.
Former university breeders to return any crosses that used unpatented varieties and agree the school owns rights to them.
“The Ole Crow,” as he called himself, passed away unexpectedly at home in Virginia at the age of 82.
Using root mass diameter to appropriately determine wetting pattern will help you improve growth rate and yields.
Newest commodity to help company reach year-round supply goal, and help fuel consumer-focused marketing campaign.
USDA recognizes that soil diseases are Enemy No. 1 for California strawberry growers.
Acidic soil is a foundation for blueberry growing, however the plant needs more than high pH to grow large, firm fruit.
John Clark, who writes a column for American Fruit Grower® and Western Fruit Grower® magazines, is honored with National Plant Breeders Association Impact Award.